Chinese Communist Party turns Hong Kong into a prison

Trending 09/29/22, 13:57

According to UN human rights experts, there is concern in the international community about the misuse of terrorism and sedition charges to stifle the exercise of fundamental rights in Hong Kong, including freedom of opinion, expression, peaceful assembly, and participation in public affairs. Another serious charge used by Chinese authorities, under ...

Unexpected: Elon Musk becomes Twitter’s largest shareholder

Tech 04/04/22, 14:47

Elon Musk, has just acquired a nearly 10% stake in Twitter, worth $3 billion, shortly after questioning the social network's handling of free speech. On Monday, April 4, it became known that Tesla's CEO, a fervent generator of controversial tweets, acquired 9.2% of Twitter, thus becoming the largest shareholder of the ...

Trump asks judge to require that Twitter reinstate his account

U.S. 10/02/21, 15:32

Former President Donald Trump is demanding that Twitter unmute him from its platform through a legal challenge. Bloomberg reported the request was made on Friday, Oct. 1, through a federal judge in Florida. According to the outlet, the former president accused Twitter of unfairly censoring him over political pressure.  The request accused Twitter of ...

Federal judge blocks Florida anti-riot law enforcement

U.S. 09/10/21, 18:40

A federal judge temporarily paused anti-riot legislation to counter extreme social unrest across Florida on Sept. 9. The U.S. Northern District of Florida, Tallahassee Division Court will not let law enforcement officers arrest radical protesters, even if they create a public disturbance. District Judge Mark Walker ruled the Combatting Violence, Disorder, and ...

Artist vows to remake anti-communist sculpture after suspected arson attack

Art 07/26/21, 02:42

A controversial artwork that accuses the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of starting the worldwide CCP Virus pandemic burned down on July 23. Artist Weiming Chen will remake his anti-communist sculpture from scratch. A suspected arson attack destroyed his 20-foot-tall work, which depicts Chinese leader Xi Jinping with "spike" proteins from the ...

Democrats slapped with civil rights lawsuit for censoring US election tweets

California 06/21/21, 04:53

The last U.S. election was arguably a watershed moment in national history due to widespread unconstitutional electoral procedures and a joint effort from corporations and government to "fortify" Joe Biden's presidency.Sovereign Man founder Simon Black accused social media companies of masterminding an un-American censorship campaign, which aims to silence public ...

Senior Republicans want to permanently transform GOP into a working-class party

U.S. 04/14/21, 02:15

Top Republican leaders urgently hope to make the GOP appeal more to Trump supporters by targeting more hard-working Americans. GOP House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy plans to market the Republican Party towards those who think fondly of Donald Trump. McCarthy believes becoming a party for working-class voters could help the GOP attract ...

President Trump is ‘moving forward’ with setting up a new social media platform

U.S. 03/31/21, 23:26

Former President Trump will directly compete against the world's largest social media companies to bypass their alleged suppression of free speech. Donald Trump has decided to proceed with his earlier proposal to establish a new social networking platform after being permanently banned from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. Insiders, who know about ...

The Supreme Court upholds college students’ First Amendment rights

U.S. 03/19/21, 05:25

The United States Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in favor of two Christian students who sued their college for limiting free speech. Georgia Gwinnett College students were involved in the incident, which happened in 2016.  Uzuegbunam v. Preczewski is a case involving two former students of Georgia Gwinnett College. They attempted to ...

Sen. Ted Cruz warns technology companies face sanctions for censoring critical Biden stories

2022 Campaign 10/20/20, 16:10

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told media on Monday, Oct. 19, that the social networking platforms Facebook and Twitter would face sanctions for "potentially serious campaign finance violations" by censoring negative stories against Democrats and allowing critical and biased coverage of Republicans. According to Cruz, "Giant multibillion dollar corporations are making multibillion-dollar ...

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